Introduction The early theme of our free agent profile series here at Devils Army Blog is defensemen. This is for a good reason, as it’s an area where the New Jersey Devils need to make it a point to improve. An overview of the Devils’ roster shows two distinct holes in the team’s defensive group.
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Introduction This past week, the NHL released a finalized schedule for qualifying and round-robin play. This ultimately has created a buzz around the hockey community unlike ever before. The Eastern Conference But, seeing as we have time before the play begins. I wanted to draw attention to the round-robin tournament that features the league’s eight
Welcome to New Jersey, Wayne Simmonds. Sure, he’s been on the team since he signed a one year contract on July 1st. Sure, he’s already gone through training camp, the preseason, and the first two (unfortunately forgettable) games of the 2019-2020 season. But when the Wayne Train rolls back into his old home to take
On a snow-dusted Friday evening, the New Jersey Devils will take on the Philadelphia Flyers at the Prudential Center. This comes after the Devils faced a 2-1 defeat against the Western Conference-leading Calgary Flames. Despite the loss, the headlines from that game were dominated by a serious on-ice injury to Mirco Mueller. Following the All-Star
Odds for today’s games: (courtesy of WilliamHillNJ) PHI vs. BOS (-210) NYR vs. NJD. (-150) CLB vs. WPG (-145) Round table: Anthony B. (1-2-0) James V. (0-3-0) Guests: Chris Mott (0-0-0) and Rob DeLuca (0-3-0) Anthony B. Daily Picks: LOCK: PHI vs. BOS: BOS (-210) VALUE: CLB vs. WPG: CLB (+125) DEVILS: NYR vs. NJD:
Odds for today’s games: (courtesy of WilliamHillNJ) NJ vs. PIT (-230) WPG vs. PHI (+110) Round table: Anthony B. (0-0-0) Matt M. (0-0-0) James V. (0-0-0) Guest: Rob DeLuca (0-0-0) Anthony B. Daily Picks: LOCK: WPG vs. PHI: WPG (-130) VALUE: WPG vs. PHI: OVER 6.5 GOALS (-110) DEVILS: NJD vs. PIT: UNDER 6.5 GOALS
Overview The New Jersey Devils are back in action this afternoon against one of their biggest rivals, the Philadelphia Flyers. To put it lightly, both teams are in the middle of very disappointing seasons at the moment. This is the third time these two teams meet this season, the first one at the Prudential Center.
Author’s Twitter Since clinching their first berth in 1988, the New Jersey Devils have made the playoffs in 18 of the last 30 seasons. During that time, New Jersey has faced an array of different teams and some of the game’s all-time greats. Due to the time’s postseason formats and sheer circumstance, New Jersey’s perennial playoff
Wow…would be the best way to describe last night’s game in one word. The New Jersey Devils defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 in a shootout, and it was a classic. The battle of the Jersey Turnpike failed to disappoint yet again as this game had just about everything. Takeaways From Tonight Taylor Hall is very
What can be said about the New Jersey Devils? They are in hot water. Their one NHL-quality goaltender is hurt, and they seemingly can’t catch a single break. Tonight, their uphill battle continues as they enter the Wells Fargo center to take on the red hot Philadelphia Flyers, a team who has recently jumped the